JStanley I am glad to hear about your mpg. I was fearing something horrible not knowing what to expect. I don't know where the Prodigy will go yet but the dealer is having the wiring connected for us since we had ordered the wires, we'll keep the head set at home and do that install ourselves. (Well not "we"
actually "he") Have you got a picture of the controller on the "knee bolster?"
Jamie, Orie has already jumped in and slobbered on the seat, I think he's ready for a trip!
Frank, thanks. I like that I don't have to put those CIPAS on another time!!!! I am not certain where to adjust the lower ones to, since I have to do that part manually, any advice on that?
Westfalia I bet it will take me much longer than you to back up but it just has to be better than in and out in and out, since I hitch up alone often times. I am glad to hear it really is a benefit and not just a bit of gadgetry to entice.
Safe harbor the grille DOES look happy, now that you mention it.
Bob, don't say that, if I bring another dog home, I may be in the doghouse with them! It's been a long long time in the works and we were mighty close to getting an Avalanche but we decided we were SUV types at heart, though pick-ups are cool. But maybe I would have worn myself out converting it just because I could.
Brian, this will be my first Chevy, hubby has had them but somehow I always got the Fords. I have heard from people that have had Suburbans that they love them, and if you are on number three , well that is good enough a recommendation for me. But I didn't drive it today...it looks sooo long.
Ken, thanks. I went outside and mistakenly mentioned you said superb choice and I inadvertently stumbled upon a tongue twister. LOL Everyone try saying "superb suburb" fast a couple of times without reading it.
You made my trail happy already.
Thanks for the congrats John and Rich, hey you two know each other in Wisconsin? My daughter her family live in Greendale but used to live in Madison and M.ilwaukee. Rich I love your forum name hookedonclassic.